It remains uncertain whether Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel will win outright in Tuesday's election or be forced into an April runoff, according to a new poll by Ogden and Fry.
The survey of 737 respondents conducted Sunday shows Emanuel, who is seeking a second term, polling at 48.3 percent. The poll has a 3.68 percent margin of error.
"Statistically, the result is within the margin of error so it is too close to call," reads Ogden and Fry's polling memo. "The turnout in the 50 ward aldermanic races will be a major influence on the mayor's race."
Coming in second in the poll was Jesus "Chuy" Garcia at 26.5 percent, followed by Willie Wilson at 15.2 percent, Bob Fioretti at 6.8 percent and William "Dock" Walls at 3.3 percent.